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Taught by our knowledgeable and certified Red Cross instructors, we help young swimmers understand the importance of swimming safety and feeling confident in the water. Tailored around the needs of each child, our participants are encouraged to learn to swim at a pace that is comfortable for them. Our kid swim classes include six levels of instruction including an Introduction to Water Skills as well as Stroke Development and Improvement courses.
Developed for teens and adults, our adult Swim Classes in Princeton give students the opportunity to improve their swimming skills while under the guidance of a Red Cross instructor. Every level of experience is welcome and the program is designed to be to learn at your own pace. Swimming lessons for adults are available in 3 levels. 1) Learning the basics 2) Improving skills and swimming strokes and 3) Swimming for fitness.
Discover the American Red Cross swim app for additional information on our Swim Classes in Princeton. Our swim app is designed to chart your progress with our Learn-to-Swim program while also delivering important water safety tips and information.
Swim Classes in Princeton features 6 grade levels from Introduction to Water Skills to Swimming and Skill Proficiency. Each class is typically 30-45 minutes each. Our Learn-to-Swim Program includes basic water safety, what to do in the event of an emergency as well as stroke and swimming technique and development.
The American Red Cross Swim training in Princeton offers training resources and manuals that are designed to make learning easy. Our Water Safety Instruction Manual is provided free of charge. Our detailed training resources and manuals are designed to support your learning experience while participating in Red Cross training.
Simply put, the Swim training in Princeton saves lives. By arming children and adults alike with the knowledge of proper swimming techniques as well the benefits of water safety protocol, we are training those to be prepared in the event of a water emergency. Training through the Red Cross can mean the difference of saving a life, whether it is your own or the lives of those around you.